As Glenn Reynolds often writes, "Faster, please."
"The study of diet, long plagued by inaccuracies in self reports, is entering a new age of precision with the methods of metabolomics."
"A Tesla Model S erupted 'like a flamethrower.' It renewed old safety concerns about the trailblazing sedans."
Elon says that gas-powered vehicles catch fire, too. Which is undoubtedly correct, but I'm not sure how common these explosions are.
You know what's going to happen, but it's still entertaining.
Sad but true.
"San Diego’s school district tells white teachers that they are guilty of “spirit murdering” black children and should undergo 'antiracist therapy.'"
That keeps up and this will prove to be accurate: "Public Schools Are Losing Their Captive Audience of Children".
I've long thought U.S. foreign language requirements are silly. I still want back the six years of Spanish I had to take.
From last week. I don't know if it's "insane," but it is pretty . . . weird. (But then a whole lot of things Elon-related are weird.)
As one might have guessed, the demand for Signal exploded after Musk’s tweet.
And as a result, traders naturally looked to the financial markets to see if they could profit from it.
In searching for Signal, what they found was a company called “Signal Advance.”
Are they one in the same?
I thought about calling this post "Five Horsemen of the Apocalypse" but decided that was a tad melodramatic. But here are five links to some grim stuff:
"Taiwan Semi with 54 percent of the [world] semiconductor foundry market share? Holy moly!"
Holy moly, indeed.